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Alexandra of Denmark

Alexandra of DenmarkAKA Alexandra Caroline Mary Charlotte Louise Julia

Born: 1-Dec-1844
Birthplace: Copenhagen, Denmark
Died: 20-Nov-1925
Location of death: Sandringham, Norfolk, England
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Interred, St. George's Chapel, Windsor, Berkshire, England

Gender: Female
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Royalty

Nationality: England
Executive summary: Queen Alexandra, Consort of Edward VII

Became Queen Consort upon the death of Queen Victoria in 1901. After the death of her husband in 1910, she was the Queen Mother, though most often addressed as Queen Alexandra.

Father: Christian IX (King of Denmark, b. 8-Apr-1818, d. 29-Jan-1906)
Mother: Louise of Hesse (b. 7-Sep-1817, d. 29-Sep-1898)
Brother: Frederick VIII (King of Denmark, b. 1843, d. 1912)
Brother: George I ("Vilhelm", King of Greece, b. 1845, d. 1913 assassination)
Sister: Dagmar (Empress of Russia, b. 26-Nov-1847, d. 13-Oct-1928)
Sister: Princess Thyra (b. 29-Sep-1853, d. 26-Feb-1933)
Brother: Prince Valdemar (b. 27-Oct-1858, d. 14-Jan-1939)
Husband: King Edward VII (m. 10-Mar-1863, d. 6-May-1910, three sons, three daughters)
Son: Albert Victor (b. 8-Jan-1864, d. 14-Jan-1892)
Son: King George V (b. 3-Jun-1865, d. 20-Jan-1936)
Daughter: Louise Victoria Alexandra (b. 20-Feb-1867, d. 4-Jan-1931)
Daughter: Victoria (b. 6-Jul-1868, d. 3-Dec-1935)
Daughter: Maud (b. 26-Nov-1869, d. 20-Nov-1938)
Son: John (b. 6-Apr-1871, died the same day)


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